Alton Ingram, MD, focuses his practice on all kinds of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery with the exception of craniofacial surgery. In the past, Dr. Alton Ingram had worked with Operation Smile, Doctors Without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, and The Viennese Opera Ball of New York City as a member of its Benefits Committee. He is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Alton Ingram has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, with his works placing emphasis on human anatomy, medical devices, surgical techniques, finance, and law. Dr. Ingram studied mathematics and philosophy, graduating Magna Cum Laude at Yale University. He is a former member of the Phi Beta Kappa, and was a National Merit Scholar, William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholar, an editor for Yale Scientific Magazine, and the Founding Vice President of Yale Libertarian Society.
Following his years in Yale, he moved to Dallas, Texas, where he spent almost a decade at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, graduating and completing his residencies in general and plastic surgery, while maintaining his status as a Southwestern Medical Foundation Scholar. Alton Ingram, MD, took postgraduate fellowships at Centro de Estuidas Ivo Pitanguy in Rio, Brazil, specifically at the Institute for Plastic Surgery, and Mount Sinai Medical Center.